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the strom thurmond memorial in columbus. and what you did issued a granite dust, you pounds that granite in till it's a fine powder and then you mix it with crazy glue. seriously. you mix it with plain old crazy glue. when it hardens is actually harder than the stone itself. they take that mixture and the pound and two where the letters had been carved to the action of pounded in so it's above the surface of the stone and they have to sand it smooth. then they carve back over the building area. they had to replace -- that was the trick that they could add essie mae's name on the bottom. there was space there, but it's a father of four children and had to change the for to a five. so when they carve back over that building area, if you don't get that granite powder really, really fine, it's got to be fine of that like baby powder, because if you don't when your car back over it it is prone to chipping but if you look closely at five, the i in the five got a chip on a. on the upper right side. and the left side of the v. is all squiggly. it's been shifted there, too. and the standing opene
. kenneth jordan the head of the local chapter of the knights of columbus whose brother died in an auto accident two days ago. ken and his fellow knights have put forth this evening's event and she had been anticipating it eagerly. this evening it is a particular pleasure to welcome mark back to his alma maters. he took several courses with me during his student days but our relationship wasn't completely academic. through the generosity of his father, i was able to accompany him in one of his classmates in travels through poland and the soviet union in the summer of 1985, the summer before their senior year. and on the first day in now st. petersburg, mark, always his father's son, asked if we could sell their great daily mass during our travels. this, we arranged and for me the happiness and praying daily in the soviet union with the gifted students was one of the brightest parts of our journey. mark went on to write a senior thesis on lyndon johnson's war on poverty. his list of achievements and onerous since graduation is impressive. from 1988 to 1995, marks served as the founder an
which president lovett intentionally timed to coincide with the anniversary of columbus' arrival in the americas. he aimed very high in his vision for the new school. the president, though, was not the first speaker. after an opening prayer, a princeton professor -- henry van dyke -- recited a lengthy poem entitled "texas: a democratic ode," which he wrote especially for the ceremony. this poem, crawn from -- drawn from an indian legend, invoked images of frontier pioneers. the "dallas morning news" reported that the audience listened to the poet's words, quote, with the strictest attention punctuated with frequent applause. now, the next speaker, the chief justice of texas, spoke in prose. his review was nowhere near as good as the poet received. [laughter] now, in the height of that i thought the best -- in light of that i thought the best course would be for me to compose a poem for this occasion. [laughter] again, there's no need to panic or run for the exits. i gave up that plan when i couldn't find suitable words that rhymed with latin legal terms like suey generous. [laugh
-grandfather, a character named christopher columbus clark who had fought in the civil war. >> host: would've stanley and madeleine grandparents made? >> guest: payment and access to, which was about 12 or 15 miles from old toronto, sort of on the way to wichita and that's where madeline grew up. stan had dirty been out of high school for several years. madeline was a senior in high school and he was working in construction and a renovation of an oil plant down there. >> host: what was their life like kansas? >> guest: daylight before they married or after? >> host: after they married. >> guest: her parents didn't really like him. as a matter of fact the first thing that her father said was i don't want you married that walk. he was dark skinned so an element of reason now. she married him secretly before she graduated from high school. she married him secretly before she graduated from high school. she was a very smart, young women has always been the honor roll until she met stanley who wisla caird and slick talking and promised to g
. you probably didn't learn more about 1492 then the year that columbus actually did land in america. i don't even know if that's verifiable. it's hard to take information to convey so you have all these different voices and i thought maybe there's a way to synthesize all those voices together and that was, ended up being western wake was a weekly backlog of things that would take normal event to normal speeches things caption already in interweave these things through them. it was very successful in that it was a way for people to catch up on the news if they missed it but more importantly sorted to put things into context. what are the things you can only see from this? i think one is that presidents are not afforded a public voice to show what they are curious people in general. the main thing you can see and backstage footage is what does they president ask about? what is he curious about? what is the follow up on? i do not know president bush very well and he seems to have a lot of wonderful qualities but being curious is not one of them. being able to show this president is being
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18 electoral votes. we will have live coverage from the ohio statehouse senate chamber in columbus beginning at noon eastern over on c-span3. >> i think the challenge for us is we want to be on every device for every person at every hour of the day. we are a mobile society, and so the challenge is to make sure that we are on ipads, computers, phones, as well as the traditional viewing, which is in the living room, now on a wonderful high definition television screen. the of the challenge we have obesity is spectrum is a finite resource, and others want that resource, and yet, there's not enough spectrum in the universe to do all video by broadband. so our architecture, one that everyone in the location versus there is which is one-to-one, their system will always fail because simply the congestion of transmitting video one-to-one. you can't do that. >> "the communicators" continues its look at the future of television tonight with gordon smith at 8 p.m. eastern on c-span2. >> now back to the pew center conference on the 2012 election. one of the speakers at this session was ohio se
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